badabas [badábas] n Tree, fruit species; guava. bayabas Abang ramong bitamina C kag mababaoy sa badabas. You can get plenty of Vitamin C from guavas. [This is a 2-3m. high shrub that bears lots of 1-3cm. round fruit with lots of edible seeds. They are a favorite with children. They make good jam or jelly. They are used for many medicinal purposes. One is to clean wounds and another to make a poultice with the leaves.] (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.2 - Food from fruit, 184.108.40.206 - Medicinal plants.) der. pambadabas
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pambadabas [pambadábas/pangbadábas] (der. of badabas) v 1To go and climb the guava trees to pick and eat fruit. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Growing fruit.) 2To waste time with one's friends; to skip, abscond from school; to avoid chores (as of children and youth going off with their friends to play in the guava trees and eat the fruit). (sem. domains: 4.2.7 - Play, fun.) 3To waste time having fun with one's friends rather than studying. (sem. domains: 4.2.7 - Play, fun.)
buduboy [budúboy] 1adj Having clusters, bunches (as of fruit). hitik sa bunga Buduboy kag bunga it badabas nina Mary. Mary’s guava tree bears fruit in clusters. (sem. domains: 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant, 1.5.6 - Growth of plants.) 2v To grow well forming clusters, bunches of fruit. (sem. domains: 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant, 1.5.6 - Growth of plants.)
busa [búsà] part 1Because; therefore; that's why (as in alibi, excuse). kasi Waya busa ako girayan sa ida dati. That's why I didn’t bother to go by her place before. Mabakay ako it buyong, masakit busa kaling ako anak. I’ll buy medicine because this child of mine is sick. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168.1 - Reason.) 2It's your fault (as of for something wrong). kasi Imo busa ingpaidamo kag mga anak sa karsada kada igwa’t naligis it dyip. It’s your fault a child was run over by the jeep because you let them play in the road. Sida busa’y nunot-nunot, kada ya ako gibatuna. It’s his own fault for coming along so I wasn’t accepted. Ikaw busa’y kaon-kaon it hilaw nak badabas kada nahaprusan ka it bituka. It’s your own fault you have a stomach ache because you ate the unripe guavas. Imo busa imbakoy kag iro kadâ kinagat ka. It’s your fault for hitting the dog, so it bit you. Busa imong bakoy kag iro kada kinagat ka. Because you hit the dog therefore it bit you. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124.1 - Blame.)
hapros [hápros] (dial. var. ading) 1vt To intentionally hurt somebody physically. Ginghapros nako kag baktin kada nag-iwik. I hurt the pig, therefore he squealed. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 2vi To hurt; to experience the feeling of pain. Naghahapros kag ako ngisi. My tooth is hurting. Nagpapahapros kag nanay it ida bituka. The mother is experiencing pain in her stomach. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 3vi To experience the feeling of pain; to become hurt. Ahaprusan ikaw it bituka kung makaon it badabas. You’ll get a pain in your stomach (i.e. stomachache) if you eat the guavas. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 4sta To become hurt; injured. sakit Nahapros kag igot pagkahuyog nako sa bato. My rear end was hurt when I fell on the rock. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 5n Physical pain. Hapros it bituka Stomach ache. Hapros it rughan. Chest pain. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 6vt To intentionally hurt somebody’s feelings. Gingpahaprosan ako nida roto sa ida bisaya. She intentionally hurt me by what she said. (sem. domains: 3.4 - Emotion.) 7sta To have ones feelings hurt. Nahaprusan ako’t buot sa waya nida pagtupar it ida binisayahan. My feelings were hurt by his failure to fulfill his words. (sem. domains: 3.4 - Emotion.) comp. hapros nak pangintrimis
kabit₂ [kabít] 1vbt To reach, get something by going hand-over-hand (e.g. somebody hanging from a branch and moving along it to reach some fruit). TWO ENTRIES Kabitan nimo kag madabas sa sanga. You reach the guava by going hand-over-hand along the branch. Kabiti sida it badabas sa sanga. Reach the guava for her by going hand-over-hand along the branch. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Actions of the hand, 188.8.131.52 - Extend.) 2vbt To hang onto, from by using one’s hands (e.g. somebody hanging from a branch, moving along a branch hand-over-hand, hanging onto the outside of the jeep). Kag anak ay nagkakabit sa sanga it madabas. The child is hanging from the branch of the guava tree. Makabit yang si Juan sa dyip nak punoey. John just hung onto the outside of the jeep because it was already full. 3n Object on which something hangs. 4vt To attach, reattach something that hangs; hang up (as of mending the tear in a dress, sewing the ruffle on a dress, joining a skirt onto a blouse, putting a hose on a faucet, tieing a rope on a tree, plugging in an extension cord to electricity, pin a ribbon on a dress, hang up curtains, hang a picture on the wall). Akabiton nako kag ako blusa nak nagísi. I will reattach the tear in my blouse. Ingkabit nida it ispili kag panyo sa ida blusa. She attached the handkerchief on her blouse with a safety pin. Kabita kag rebite sa ida baro. Attach the ruffle to her dress. Akabitan nako it litrato kag ringring. I will hang the photo on the wall. Ikabit kag kurtina sa gaha. Hang up the curtains on the window. [Suspected loan from Tagalog.] 5n Place where something is attached. 6adj Attached.
puyak [púyak] 1sta To fall off a tree (specifically of immature fruit, flowers). laglag Asing napuyak kag buyak? Why did the flowers fall off? 2vbt Nagpangpuyak kag buyak nak waya nabunyagi. The flowers all fell off because they weren’t watered. Napuyakan it bunga kag amo yangka dahil sa hangin. The fruit of our jackfruit tree fell off because of the wind. 3vi To cause immature fruit, flowers to fall off. Ingpapuyak it mga anak kag mga bunga’t badabas pag tawog. The children caused the young guava fruit to fall off when they climbed the tree.
sabor₃ [sábor] 11.1adj Tangle up. 1.2vi To become tangled up. buhol-buhol Nayutok kag kambing tong nagsabor kag ida higot sa badabas. The goat was strangled when his rope became tangled around the guava tree. 22.1v To wrap, entwine around the neck of a baby especially of the umbilical cord. buhol Karugay magliwas kag ida anak dahil nak nagsabor kag ida pusor sa ida liog. The baby took a long time to come out because his umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck.
tig- [tig] 1adv For each one. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Classifiers.) 1.1adv Each one (as of measurements or numbers). tig Ing-baligya nida it tig-singko kag kapada. He sold papayas for five pesos each. Tig-pila kaling mga isra? How much each are these fish? 22.1time Season time (as of when summer comes of its the growing season for a crop). Tig-uyan ay hanggang sa Disyembre. Rainy season lasts until December. Tig-badabas ngasing. It’s guava season now.
tukar₁ [tukár] vi 1To go uphill; to ascend; to go to the farm. Nagtukar sida sa baguntor ag roto ay nagpangbadabas. He went up the hill and there he picked guava fruit. 2To go home to the farm (not necessarily uphill but usually so). Ahuyaton anay ninra katong tag-iya it tinrahan bag-o sinra magtukar sa bukir. They will wait first for the store owner before they will go to the farm. Pag-abot it gab-i, nagpapatukar kag mga tawo. When the night comes, the people go home to the farm.
tunaw [túnaw] vi 1To melt (as of ice); to dissolve (as of sugar or salt in water). tunaw Nagtunaw kag yelo dahil waya naupahi. The ice melted because it wasn’t covered with rice chaff. Ingpatunaw nako kaling asukar sa usang baso nak tubi. I’ll dissolve this sugar in one glass of water. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Steps in food preparation, 1.2.3 - Solid, liquid, gas.) 2To digest food. Waya natunawe kag anak pagkaon it badabas. The child can’t digest when eating guavas. Natunaw kag ida ingkaon. His food is digested. Patunawa anay kag imo kinaon bag-o magkatuyog. Digest your food first before going to bed. [Some people believe going to bed on a full stomach will cause bad dreams or bangungot.] (sem. domains: 2.2 - Body functions, 18.104.22.168 - Bite, chew, 22.214.171.124 - Stomach.) comp. patunawey kag buyan , comp. tunaw kag buyan , der. katunawan , der. pagtunaw , der. patunaw